Philosophical principles of medicine, in three parts. Containing, I. A demonstration of the General laws of gravity, with their Effects upon Animal Bodys. II. The more particular Laws which obtain in the Motion and Secretion of the vital Fluids, applied to the principal Diseases and Irregularitys of the Animal Machine. III. The primary and chief Intentions of Medicine in the Cure of Diseases, problematically propos'd and mechanically resolv'd. By Tho. Morgan, M.D

Publication Date1725
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